Sometimes, even a horizon obscured by thick clouds can spring a surprise.
When dusk arrived the usual colors on the horizon were nowhere to be seen, just as I had predicted. What I didn't expect were to see low-flying clouds lit up by the departing sun. And because I had written off the dusk, I was nowhere near a good vantage point. Rats. But necessity is the mother of invention. How about a hand-held silhouette? Any distinctive-looking trees nearby? Exposure by trial and error? Beggars can't be choosy! Enjoy.
(Pixel-peepers: At dusk, the sky is usually bright enough to shoot handheld.)